Reviews and Problems with Lucinda Green's Equestrian Challenge
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Skruffy-Doo , GameStop
19 May 2010
Summary: I love this game. It lets you choose from a wide variety of horse/rider combinations. The only thing I wish it had was a Free Mode. A mode to just ride in a changing environment with no time limits and obstacles to pass. The game is really easy to follow and easy to play though. The score tables are a nice way to keep track of which events you participated in and see if you want to go for the gold.
Summary: This is a great game. It explains everything there is to know about horseback riding. The only thing I don't like is the dressage competitions where you can't control your own horse you have to push the buttons for commands like a dance dance revolution type thing but with the remote, but I guess that's easier. My favorite part of the game though is the Show Jumping...you get to control the horse and how fast you can go!
Summary: I borrowed this game of a friend as I am pony mad! The graphics of it is really good and is probably the best graphics for a horse riding game on the PS2. On Lucinda Green's equestrian challenge, I had 3 stunning horses although you can have more. If you're horse is ready for retirement, you can retire them too! The compotitions are life-like and get harder after each stage. You can compete in Dressage (Briliant!), Showjumping (Amazing!) and XC (Ace!).
Wow, the horse LOOKS like a horse and MOVES like one too!
Staring Down a Loaded Gun, amazon.co.uk
18 July 2007
Summary: I think I own most of the horse Playstation 1/2 games around, and I have to say this one is quite possibly the best. I'd give this one 5 stars for graphics, (the image on the front cover pays no credit to the in-game graphics) the horse is well-proportioned and moves appropriately. The way you create your character reminded me of the Sims, and the way you create your horse of Wild Horse Rescue (but better).
Summary: The graphics are excellent the horse is quite realistic. The jumping is better than Equestriad but controlling with the paddle stick is difficult when your not used to it. A must for anyone who loved cross country.